Treasures of the Temple 102 Course 2018 is an event focused in the structure of the Temple and its services. What better way to get closer to our creator than to learn about His House? Through the study of the Temple we are able to understand our Scriptures and how to become better servant of God.
*Hotel is not included* The hotel is not allowing us to block more rooms, and the ones that we had are sold out. So, we are redirecting people to the Ramada Suites Orlando Airport, Address: 7500 Augusta National Dr, Orlando, FL 32822, Phone: (407) 240-3939. We don't have a discounted rate with the Ramada, yet the rate is similar to the one we had at discount with the Staybridge Suites Oralndo Airport South, where the conference is going to be held, and the current rate without discount is around $210/night. We recommend that you reserve your room as soon as possible, after registration. Also, if possible try to make plans for arrival on Wednesday night, because conference starts early in the morning around 8:30AM on Thursday.
Rooms are in an Apartment-Style Suites with full kitchens, living-room with pull-out sofa bed, private bedroom and bathroom
Room rate includes ALL SUITE guest room; Complimentary full hot breakfast buffet daily, complimentary wi-fi throughout the hotel, complimentary airport shuttle, complimentary parking, complimentary EVENING RECEPTION MONDAY - WEDNESDAY 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
***IMPORTANT*** Regarding Installment Payments that say PARTIAL. These payment methods are prorated, and charged every month AUTOMATICALLY until the full amount has been paid. The full payment needs to be paid by November, therefore if you subscribe, you need to divide the total amount in the months left to November, and that will be the amount that you will be withdraw every month AUTOMATICALLY, until paid in full. You will see this information with the EXACT MONTHLY AMOUNT, in the CHEKOUT PAGE under the TOTAL AMOUNT. This only applies to Installment Payments Plan method.
***REFUNDS*** Will not be provided after November 20th, 2017, due to some expenses that we need to cover based in the number of individuals that we have registered.
4 days of intense study (about 20 courses)
Breakfast (hotel service)
Home made lunch
Home made dinner for Friday Night (with concert and Hebrew dance)
Snacks (all day service includes, fruits, crackers, cookies, bars, cheese, cold cuts, coffee, juice, sodas, etc.)
**Note: Each room is equipped with a full kitchen
Dinner for all other days except Friday night
Hotel Room reservation
RICO CORTES - WISDOM IN TORAH MINISTRY
Rico Cortes is Bible teacher, who travels internationally with the goal to bring a hebraic understanding of the Bible (Torah). He believes that Yeshua (Jesus) is the Messiah, and that he came to restore the lost sheep of the house of Israel, but not to abolish the Torah or Commandments, as he himself said in John 14:15 “If ye love me, keep my commandments,”. He has been in the Hebraic Roots Movement, since the late 90s. His main focus us The Holy Temple and importance of understating the culture of the time, when the Torah was written, in order to get a deeper understating, and become better servant of the Almighty.
Dinah Dye - Foundation in Torah
Dr. Dinah Dye was raised in a Conservative Jewish home in Ottawa, Canada where at an early age she attended the local synagogue and Hebrew school, celebrated the festivals with her family and enjoyed summers at an Orthodox Jewish summer camp. She later spent her teen years and early twenties involved in the New Age movement searching for the truth. She recognized the truth would be based on three things: it would be easy to understand, it would be for everyone and it would be based on love. She met that truth in Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah in 1979.
In the nineties, Dinah served in a number of leadership and teaching positions with the Assemblies of God. She also served as director of Foursquare International's Bible Institute. Today, she teaches in a variety of TV and radio venues—including BRAD TV in South Korea. She speaks at conferences, seminars and for local congregations throughout the United States, Canada, and internationally.
Dr. Dye's latest research revolves around the Temple. She suggests the Temple holds a key for unlocking many of the mysteries in the Bible and for bringing unity to a fractured community. Dinah is also the author of a book called The Temple Revealed in Creation: A Portrait of the Family.
Joseph Good - Hatikva Ministries
Hatikva Ministries is a non-profit research and educational organization that teaches and produces materials in accordance with:
a. Teaching the good news of the Messiah and the coming redemption,
b. Revealing the Jewish roots of the faith, and,
c. Standing against anti-semitism.
The ministry was founded by Joseph Good who continues to preside over its administration and teaching materials. Joseph has studied for years, exploring the original intent of scripture, and The Holy Temple. He gained national exposure on television with his book, Rosh HaShanah and the Messianic Kingdom to Come. He continues to lecture and travel, teaching at various seminars across the United States, and leads tours several times a year to Israel.
Ryan White - Rooted in Torah Ministries
Ryan was called to serve in the teaching ministry in 2012 and had the privilege of mentoring under Rico Cortes, and have has the guidance of many others as well. In May of 2017, he completed his degree requirements and graduated from Lincoln Christian University with a Masters of Arts in Biblical Studies with Old Testament Specialization. In that program, he learned to translate from the Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts of the Bible, to use comparative studies of ancient Near Eastern literature to gain better insight into Biblical text, and how to study the Scriptures in light of ancient culture, customs and history. His areas of specialty include the sacrificial system in Leviticus, the honor and shame culture (which was the topic of his thesis), comparative analysis of ancient Near Eastern culture to the Torah (especially creation accounts), apocalyptic literature, first-century Greco-Roman and Jewish culture, and Imperial cult.